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SB 3.11.25

manvantareṣu manavas
 tad-vaṁśyā ṛṣayaḥ surāḥ
bhavanti caiva yugapat
 sureśāś cānu ye ca tān
Synonyms: 
manu-antareṣu — after the dissolution of each and every Manu; manavaḥ — other Manus; tat-vaṁśyāḥ — and their descendants; ṛṣayaḥ — the seven famous sages; surāḥ — devotees of the Lord; bhavanti — flourish; ca eva — also all of them; yugapat — simultaneously; sura-īśāḥ — demigods like Indra; ca — and; anu — followers; ye — all; ca — also; tān — them.
Translation: 
After the dissolution of each and every Manu, the next Manu comes in order, along with his descendants, who rule over the different planets; but the seven famous sages, and demigods like Indra and their followers, such as the Gandharvas, all appear simultaneously with Manu.
Purport: 

There are fourteen Manus in one day of Brahmā, and each of them has different descendants.